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· October, 2007

Stories about Chinese from October, 2007

Taiwan: “Lust, Cautioin” and Debate on Patriotic traitor

China: 23 Years Chronology of Taihu

Hong Kong: Want My Privacy Back

Hong Kong: Foreign Intervention

China: Youtube Blocked

China: Why Focus on Clapping?

China: Reporting 17 Party Congress

China: Depoliticalization

Hong Kong: Feng Shui Masters Rap

China: Gamer flag controversy

Liu You-chen, a Taiwanese E-sport player, suddenly displayed a Republic of China flag while he accepted a bronze medal at the award ceremony of World Cyber Games (WCG) 2007, which...

China: Right to Express

China: 40 Million Stock Investors

China: Tough blogging the Communist Congress

The largest of many white elephants in China's blogsphere, bloggers for whom the Seventeenth National Communist Party Congress is too good to pass up on, in absence of text-based information...

China: No PC Allowed

China: Fragile Morality

A young man fought for justice alone but received a buffet, other 60 passengers ignoring the tragedy; after Pengyu case, no people dare to help an old man, leaving him...

First reactions to the Al Gore/IPCC Nobel Peace Prize Win

Here's a quick roundup up some of the initial reactions from the global blogosphere to today's announcement that former US vice president Al Gore and the UN Intergovernmental Panel on...

China: Urge for Press Freedom Legislation

China: Listing in Stock Market

China: Freak rain floods Hangzhou

Hangzhou in eastern China's Zhejiang province is home to the Qiantang River, which each year plays host to the world's largest tidal bore; large enough that it occasionally washes bore-watchers...

China: The Richest of the Rich

Hurun and Forbes have both published the 2007 wealthy lists of mainland China. A 26-year-old woman as a real-estate developer topped both lists with a rough worth of $16 billion....

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